IG DT Project Created by Candace Gillespie

I have a few pregnant friends so I am revisiting this ADORABLE stamp from Pink and Main that I found in Maymay’s shop called “Sweet Baby” (hint: it may not be the last time you see it 😉😉). This is my first “no line” coloring attempt by the way and it was so fun!

Supplies Used:

-Sweet Baby by Pink and Main

-Versafine Black Onyx Ink
-Distress Inks in Hello Honey,

                      Squeezed Lemonade     

                      and Twisted Citron

-Distress Oxide in Antique Linen
-Prismacolor Color Pencils in:
935, 1085, 1093, 997, 1092, 940, 914, 1012, 915, 916, 1034, 1003, 1002, 1033, 108, 1094, 1051, 1052, 1054, 1082, 1056, 946, 989, 1005, 1097, 938.
-Gamsol & Blending Stumps
-White Gelly Roll Gel Pen
-Stitched Rectangle Dies
-Craft Cardstock, Chartreuse and white cardstock.
-Foam Tape
-Distress Sprayer


I started by inking the images in the Distress Oxide Antique Linen and stamping them off once on scrap paper then stamping them onto my cardstock so I had a nice light image to color. This is key in “no-line” coloring. Then I sat at my kitchen table while my boys played outside and colored these sweet images in and fussy cut them out.
I die cut the green and white panels with layering Stitched rectangle dies.
For the background I smooshed some Distress Ink, Twisted Citron, Squeezed Lemonade and Hello Honey on a sheet of scrap agitate, spritzed it with water and placed my white card panel into it until I was happy with the results. The same for the inside white card panel. Once it was dry I dipped a paintbrush into the watered down Distress Inks and splattered them onto the coordinating color on my panel (see picture - orange splatters on the orange smooshed area and green splatters on the green smooshed areas). Once they are dry it’s time to adhere it all onto the craft card base. I used foam tape behind the sweet baby and the cloud so they popped up a little. I LOVE the lime green/chartreuse colors of this card. I usually go for whit or black backgrounds so this makes me very happy! I hope you give it a try crafty friends! Thanks for stopping by Maymay Made It’s blog!

Inky hugs!
Candace Gillespie

Distress inksDistress oxide inksFoam tapeIg dt projectsPink and mainStitched rectangle diesVersafine black onyx inkWhite gelly roll pen

1 comment

Betty Hall

Betty Hall

This is so precious, beautifully done

Leave a comment

All comments are moderated before being published